FILM REVIEW: The Hangover Part 2
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3/5“I think we’ve done it again,” exclaims a shaven-headed Alan (played by Zach Galifianakis). The Wolfpack are back, and in many ways the team behind the highest-grossing R-rated comedy of all time HAVE done it again. The excellent cast all return, the story is pretty much identical to the first and Part 2 delivers more of the same. The title could easily have been ‘The Hangover Again – but this time in Thailand’. But if it ain’t broke don’t fix it. This is exactly the film that fans of the first will be wanting and expecting – this is a five out of five movie for fans who have worn out their copy of the first and have been itching for more. This time we see the cast awake in Bangkok, hungover and clueless after what was meant to be a quiet night two days before Doug’s (played by Justin Bartha) wedding. They have to work out where they are, what they did and find new Wolfpack addition Teddy (played by Mason Lee) the younger brother of Doug’s bride to be, who has been lost in the furore.
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